StepByStep – 10 Sequences of Everyday Tasks for Kids – (Set 2 of 2)


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Beautifully illustrated sequential image cards depicting real life events, such as, cleaning your room, getting dressed, checking out a library book, even making a bowl of cereal; bring life skills and familiar daily routines into your classroom or therapy room!

Designed for students in Grades K-12, this Everyday Tasks Card Set for Kids is appropriate for all age levels and cognitive abilities. Suggested to improve both communication and pre-reading skills, your students can respond to “wh” questions verbally, in writing, by sequencing the cards, pointing to, or using a voice output device.

With so many options provided, this Everyday Tasks Card Set for Kids will not only increase “wh” question response skills and sequencing of events to improve reading comprehension and prepare for pre-reading skills, but will quickly become a favorite activity for your students!

The 10 sequences included in this set are listed below with the number of cards per event:

* Making a Sandwich (6)
* Hitting a Home Run (7)
* Scoring a Goal (4)
* Telling Time (4)
* Planting Seeds (5)
* Setting the Table (5)
* Making a Bowl of Cereal (4)
* Taking a Bath (6)
* Going to School (5)
* Painting a Picture (5)

Developed by an Occupational Therapist, these 10 sequences include modern and relevant sequences of Activities of Daily Living (ADLs) and Instrumental Activities of Daily Living (IADLs).

Recommended for Ages 5 and Up. Sequences range in length from 4 – 7 steps each.

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